- The Georgia Intrastate Motor Carrier (GIMC) Registration Program is a process for commercial carriers, brokers, freight forwarders, and leasing companies to register its companies with the Georgia Department of Public Safety (DPS).
- G'MIC is a full-featured open-source framework for digital image processing, distributed under the CeCILL free software licenses (LGPL-like and/or GPL-compatible).
This wiki is under construction : Thank you for your understanding !
Windows Mac Linux iPhone iPad Android Store News. At its simplest, you might use the program to view a series of images (gmic pic1.jpg pic2.jpg pic3.jpg) or convert an image from one format to another (gmic ThisPicture.png Output.jpg). G'MIC also supports an array of image filters and processing commands. You're able to mirror, crop, rotate. Mac gmic/gmicgimp users: Due to David changes I have tried to overcome the numerous problems to build gmic/gmicgimp by generating one large file with versions for the different OS 10.6 to 10.10! Subdirectory X contains gmicgimp build with X11 for interactive windows. XQuartz has to be installed. Here is how to install the gmic-py binary Python module on your operating system. For now only Mac OS (till 2.8.3) and Linux / Unix (2.9.x) are supported. For sp / sample and update commands to work, the curl or wget executable must be installed. If you cannot install anything on your machine, you may also install gmic-py from a Jupyter Notepad or Google Colab, see Jupyter.
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Here you will find various informations related to Micmac, the photogrammetry software developped at the IGN (French National Geographic Institute) and ENSG (French national school for geographic sciences). This wiki is maintained by the department of Aerial and Spatial Imagery (DIAS) of ENSG school.
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If you want to take part of the building of this wiki, you are really welcome. But to keep this documentation structured and coherent, we use a special formalism :